We are delighted to announce that the Faculty of Philosophy of Universitas Gadjah Mada will host the (online) 11th International Conference on Nusantara Philosophy. The conference will bring theme "Epistemic Justice: Contesting Knowledge within Social World”. The conference aims to explore, discuss and seek framework in understanding and exploring the discourse on the study of philosophy which will be expanded into cross-disciplinary scientific references, in Indonesian and global contexts. The Conference brings together theoretical exploration, observation, studies and research on issues related to the construction of knowledge and the fabrication of things.

The accepted and presented papers will be submitted for possible inclusion to proceedings that are indexed by Crossref/Dimensions/DOAJ/Google Scholar.


The production and dissemination of knowledge is a complex social and political process that is deeply embedded within power relations and hierarchies. The ways in which knowledge is produced, validated, and disseminated can have significant implications for social justice and equity. In many cases, dominant forms of knowledge production and dissemination have been exclusionary and oppressive, resulting in epistemic injustices for marginalized and disenfranchised groups. These injustices can take many forms, including the marginalization or erasure of alternative forms of knowledge, the exclusion of diverse perspectives from research and scholarship, and the silencing of voices that challenge the dominant discourse.

Sub Themes

• Indigenous Philosophy

• Indigenous Science

• Indigenous Religion

• Feminist Epistemology

• Disabled Epistemology

• Ecological Epistemology


The Conference invites theorists, scholars, researchers and practitioners working in the fields of, but NOT limited to, philosophy, political science, sociology, anthropology, gender studies, religious studies, human geography, psychology, public policy studies, media studies, international relations, sexuality, history, criminology, maritime studies, education, language and legal studies to submit their paper and contribute to the debate. We encourage postgraduate students to take part in the conference.

Important Dates

Abstract Deadline
August, 30th 2023

Selected Abstract
September, 15th 2023

November, 2nd-3rd 2023 (online)

Full Paper Deadline
December, 15th 2023